The Living Library enables people with diverse backgrounds or unique life experiences to voluntarily share their personal histories and allow for questions and conversation. The goal of the Living Library is to challenge stereotypes and prejudices through open dialogue. Living Libraries are safe and neutral spaces where difficult questions can be asked and answered!
We are recruiting speakers for the event on March 7-9!!
We plan to host another Living Library event March 7 -9, 2023. If you are interested in participating, please fill out the application below. A member of the committee will be in touch shortly.
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